Your Helicopter career Starts Right Here
At Centennial Flight Training!
In our private facility, we will provide you with hands-on training that will prepare you to work in today’s helicopter industry. Our instructors are knowledgeable, dedicated, and experienced commercial pilots with a passion for instruction who will provide you with the tools you need to succeed. We will provide you with the skills and knowledge to step into the helicopter industry with confidence as a disciplined and safety-conscious helicopter pilot.
Centennial Flight Training ensures all Students are treated fairly and equally and is committed to fair and equal treatment of all of its International Students and does not maintain affiliation with any recruiting agents or special interest groups in other countries that could lead to unfair additional recruitment fees charged to students. Centennial Flight Training looks to minimize the cost of student training in all cases.
All International Students are fully integrated with Centennial Flight Training domestic students.
- High school diploma, or equivalent
- All students must be able to obtain and hold a Category 1 Aviation Medical as assessed by a Canadian Civil Aviation Medical Examiner (CAME)
- Pass language assessment (recommend IELTS (Academic) – score of 6.0 or higher with a minimum band score of 5.5. If the language score is lower, additional language courses are recommended prior to commencing the course.
- Proof of English Language Proficiency required! In accordance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), all pilots must demonstrate an acceptable level of speaking and listening comprehension in English.*
*Centennial Aviation has a right to postpone training if English language proficiency is considered sub-standard at our discretion.
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